Return to In-Person Learning Five Days per Week

Huntsville City Schools (HCS) leaders announced plans during Thursday night’s board of education work session for traditional students to return to school Mondays through Fridays for the second nine weeks beginning Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.  To find out more, please click the more information button below:

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Linda Warner

I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. I started learning music at an early age from my sister who took piano lessons, and I have taught others how to play the piano since I was 15 years old. My family served as missionaries in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina until 2008. I helped rebuild music programs at a few churches and I worked part time as a ballet accompanist at Tulane University. I've published several books, including a book of music to be used for ballet class titled, "Ballet Potpourri," and a children's book titled, "The Girl Who Wouldn't Eat Her Vegetables." I have three grown children and one grandchild. I enjoy my family and my church. My hobbies include sewing, gardening, face painting and performing on piano.
Bachelors Degree, Music Education, Samford University
ALSDE Class B, Choral Music, Grade Level: P-12
I starting working for The Children's Dance Foundation and Alabama Ballet as an accompanist to help pay my way through college and remained with them for many years. I was also a music librarian at college. I accompanied for The American Ballet Theater during their Summer Dance Intensives in Tuscaloosa at The University of Alabama for many years. I was a full time middle school music teacher in Birmingham before coming to Huntsville. I've taught private music lessons for many years on various instruments. I became a church musician in my early teens.